Plaque

Aston Martin

Erection date: 15/1/2013

Inscription

On 15th January 1913 Bamford & Martin Ltd, manufacturers of the first Aston Martin cars, commenced business here.

Site: Aston Martin (1 memorial)

SW3, Henniker Mews

This is a gated mews and the plaque is out of sight from the street. We were lucky that the gate was open on the day we visited.

Only a few months after this plaque was erected the house was on the market for £2.5M. (We don't think any cars were included in the price.)

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Aston Martin

Subjects commemorated i

Aston Martin

Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford formed the company, initially as Bamford and...

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